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Quy Nhơn, the capital of Bình Định province on the coast of central Vietnam, is a city long dismissed by Vietnamese and foreign travellers alike as no more than a convenient overnight stop halfway between the old-world architecture of Hội An and the booming resorts of Nha Trang. But for those in the know, that disregard is precisely what makes Quy Nhơn the rarest of gems: a beach city in Southeast Asia unspoiled by the ravages of mass tourism. 

With little traffic, no international chains, and a siesta time that sees most businesses close for a few hours every afternoon, this city of 457,000 people (2019) has a sleepy, small-town charm which stands in stark contrast to the commercialism and development of other Vietnamese cities.

- Wikivoyage

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